Ford Investing $11 Billion in Electric Cars

Ford will more than double its investment in EVs in bid to catch up with GM and other major automakers. It's $11 billion investment on the technology by 2022. This company is planning to roll out 10 fully EVs within 5 years and first one would arrive in 2020. 

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Ford's rivalry with GM lasts for a long time. It seems like Ford is always trying to catch up GM,  but unlike GM, Ford's sales stagnated last year. GM already promised 20 new EVs by 2023 and I would put my bet on GM.  

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Well, Ford is investing to meet the international challenge of staying competitive in the EVs market. 

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Now when the most of the countries are demanding lower emissions every major auto manufacturer claim they are committed to EV future. I would call it a survival among the automakers. 

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It's nice to hear they are making more electric cars, but what about it would be nice to see them creating their own EV charging network. That would be a nice start. 

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Exactly. Where Ford and GM expect their batteries to be charged? That's a reason why battery cars will fail and hydrogen cars are our future. 

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EVs are better option because they are simpler. Hybrid cars are heavier and complicated because an increase in fuel efficiency is limited. And also more expensive.   

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